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Book III Proposition 7 | |
So let ABCD be a circle and AD a diameter of it;
on AD let a point F be taken which is not the center of the circle, and from F let
the straight lines FB, FC, FG fall upon the circle; therefore FA is greatest, FD is least, and FB is greater than FC and FC than FG. Being what it was required to prove. |
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